Postal Code Map Ontario - Large
This Ontario Canada postal code map shows forward sortation areas, political boundaries, place names, highways, major parks and conservation areas, and points of... Read More
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This FSA Postal Code Map Ontario shows political boundaries, place names, highways, major parks and conservation areas, and points of interest.
For Canadian province Ontario, there are 5 postal code prefixes which are, KLMNP. Abbreviation used to address the province is ON. Addresses in Canada which begin with letter K, L, M, N, P are located within the Canadian province of Ontario. Each administrative division maintains its own postal code for mail delivery purposes. Having the correct code is essential to your mails delivery. Any postal address in Canada is categorised into two sections, where the initial segment represents the Forward Sortation Area while the other section represents the Local Delivery Unit.
Countries, states, and provinces can be easily associated with cities that have postal codes. The postal code configuration is determined if the state, city, or territory has the right combination of the province identity, a numeral representing the Forward Sortation Area, and another alphabet denoting the subdivision (districts, or smaller cities).
The format of sending mails within Canada includes few elements to be noted. Generally, any letter sent within Canada has the destination address on the centre of its envelope, with a stamp, postal indicia, meter label, or frank mark on the top-right corner of the envelope to acknowledge payment of postage. A return address, although it is not required, can be put on the top-left corner or the back of the envelope in smaller type than the destination address.
Several historical sites related to the history of the Post Office Department of Canada can be visited today. In Ontario, the first Toronto Post Office is still in operation.
Facts and Figures: Ontario
|Area Covered||908,699.33 km2|
|Latlong Coordinates||51.2538° N, 85.3232° W|
|Postal Code||K, L, M, N, P|
|Nearby Cities/States||Upland, Montclair, Chino, Claremont, San Dimas, Diamond Bar, Mira Loma, Pedley, Charter Oak, etc.|
|Popular Places||Niagara Falls, CN Tower, Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Ontario's Provincial and National Parks, Royal Ontario Museum, Canada's Wonderland, Horseshoe Falls.|
|Economy||Fastest-growing provincial economy in Canada. The largest economy in Canada, Manufacturing plays a major role in Ontario's economy accounting to 46%, the service sector takes up 76.9%. Leading province for attracting foreign direct investment (FDI) in North America in 2013, with $7.23 billion. Ontario's rivers make it rich in hydroelectric energy.|
Major Industries in Ontario, Canada
Ontario is a large industrialized economy that has a fast growing technology base that is rapidly converging with our diverse key traditional industries.
Aerospace:The Canadian province has a century-long history of excellence in aerospace and has a reputation for delivering innovative solutions in all aspects of the industry.
Automotive:Ontario is where 700+ parts suppliers and 500+ tool, die and mould makers converge along a 400-kilometre automotive corridor, forming one of the most robust supply chains in the world.
Chemical and biochemical:The province contributes about 40% of the country's total production and is the centre of Canada's chemical manufacturing industry.
Financial Services:Ontario's financial sector generates approximately $60 billion in GDP and employs about 359,000 people in some 12,000 financial services firms.
Food and beverage manufacturing:Ontario generates a manufacturing revenue of $36.9 billion, which makes it one of North America's largest and most significant food and beverage processing sectors.
|Size||50.75 x 38.25 in|